The Breakup by London Escorts

This is the 3rd part of the Escorts Dating Advice by London Escorts of

Before we get too much further into Escorts Dating Advice, I thought I ought to tell you my best method for telling someone to EFF OFF, and actually that’s not what you say. At just about any point in a relationship, there’s going to be times when you’re going to want to back away a little bit or you’re going to want to re-evaluate.


And, for EFF’s sake, do it in a way that doesn’t hurt anybody else’s feelings, and makes you feel complete and not like a liar. ‘Cause who wants to be an EFFing liar, right? How do you stop a relationship that you don’t think is going to go anywhere? What’s the best way to do it? One of the things that I finally learned to do, was to say “no” and not hurt somebody’s feelings.

Maybe somewhere down the line you’ve figured out that someone spends way too much time at their job and they really have a difficult time making room for you. So, instead of saying, “Hey, asshole! All you can do is work? All you can do is, ya know, go to the gym and go to work?

You got no time for me?” You say, “You know, I’ve learned something about myself and I really prefer a relationship with a little more time to spend together.” So there you have it. You’re not calling them an asshole. And over here, you’re not giving them negative about their life, because it’s their EFFing life, right?

Make it about yourself and make it about what’s important to you. “I want to have a relationship with a little more time and that’s what appeals to me, so I’m thinking that perhaps I’m not the right girl for you.” Now, let’s take that and turn it around for the guy, because you don’t want to hurt somebody’s feelings, ever!

Promise me that you do not go dating with the prime objective to hurt somebody’s feelings. So, suppose you’ve met someone who has really strong political feelings or they have really strong feelings on one issue in society or another and it doesn’t quite mesh up with yours. So, don’t even bring that up, okay? Bring up something else.

“Gosh, I’ve re-evaluated my own life and I’m just not sure I’m ready to move forward yet. There’s some things that I want to get fixed in my own life and I don’t want to hurt you.” The bottom line here is that I want YOU to take responsibility for ending the relationship or ending the forward motion in a brand new relationship by making it about you, not about them, so that they don’t have to walk away thinking, “oh, I’m not good enough” or “I’m not pretty enough” or “I’m not handsome enough” or “I just don’t measure up.”

You do not want to do that to anybody’s EFFing self-esteem. That’s not fair. That’s being an asshole. That’s bullshit! You are all smart enough to end a relationship without EFFing it up. I know that. I know that about all of you. So, be nice with your words, be truthful with your feelings, and don’t hurt someone else’s feelings. That’s the way . . .